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Total Lunar Eclipse 2018

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A total lunar eclipse will occur on 27th July 201, and it will be visible over Australia, Asia, Africa, Europe and South America. Totality will last for 103 minutes, making it the longest eclipse of the 21st century.
The whole phenomenon will last 6 hours 14 minutes (visible from Canary Islands during 3 hours 29 minutes).
The magnitude of the eclipse is 1.609 and the penumbral magnitude is 2.679.

Timing (Canary Islands time):

  • Beginning of the penumbral eclipse: 18:15 (not visible from La Palma)
  • Beginning of the partial eclipse: 20:30 (not visible from La Palma)
  • Maximum: 21:22
  • End of the partial eclipse: 22:13
  • End of the penumbral eclipse: 00:29

Our team will watch the eclipse through a telescope, starting from the Moonrise at 9pm. The venue is the Promenade Amphitheatre at Los Cancajos. The event is free, join us!

Watch the live stream video here.